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Thursday, March 17, 2011

St. Patty's Day 2011 - Ireland & Ivory Coast

Happy St. Patrick's Day 2011!

Irish or not you can still enjoy it! Wear green, soak up the lucky vibes, or just be plain grateful for the good things in life!


The great thing about the Irish flag is when you turn it upside down you get the flag of an African country - the Ivory Coast.

But I believe in destiny & coincidence, thus it is no accident a nation in Europe would match with a nation in Africa, as a proverbial union of Ebony & Ivory! It is one of the surreal amazing matches of the passionate Irish with the soulful African.

The Humble and Common Clover -
a lucky symbol of the Irish for everyone

The Shamrock is an icon of Ireland and symbol of good fortune. The 'Gratitude Rock' would make a harmonious complement to the Ivory Coast. The concept of a Gratitude Rock gained enormous popularity with the release of The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. In this movie we learn that 'Gratitude Rocks' worked miracles in Africa. Thus waving the Irish or Ivory flag is a kin to being grateful for all the good fortune that came your way!

The common and humble rock
rub it with an Attitude of African Gratitude

FACT: The more Gratitude you feel the more it will Rock your world and make you lucky!



1 comment:

  1. Just a couple of corrections: the day itself is known as St. PADDY'S day and never St. Patty's day! That error infuriates many an Irish person!
    The shamrock is not a symbol for good fortune. You may be confusing it with the four leaf clover.
    otherwise, a very nice post :)

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